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NFU recommends improvements to EQIP

As the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) continues 2018 Farm Bill implementation with the release of its Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Interim Rule, National Farmers Union (NFU) ... Read More

Farm Groups Come Together for Sustainability Discussion

Twenty-one farm and ranch groups that represent millions of U.S. farmers and ranchers are launching Farmers for a Sustainable Future. It’s a new coalition committed to environmental and economic sustainability. The coalition will serve as a prim... Read More

Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman INTL FC Stone

Grains settled nearly opposite of Tuesday with soybeans higher, corn and wheat lower. Arlan Suderman, Chief Economist for INTL FC Stone, shares his thoughts on why the wheat bulls may have been a little overdone on Tuesday.  Suderman also shares INT... Read More

Grain Glitch Could Cost Farmers, Cooperatives Money

It’s been two years since the discovery of the “grain glitch” in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. A DTN report says farmer cooperatives are still asking Treasury Department officials to change provisions of Section 199A back to the way the ta... Read More

GAO will Investigate Trade Aid Funds Distribution

The Government Accountability Office is looking into President Trump’s $28 billion aid program for farmers that were hurt by trade disputes with other countries. The office is investigating allegations that the money was mismanaged and distributed ... Read More

Inaugural Nebraska Hemp Conference and Trade Show to be held in Lincoln

In a new collaborative effort, Nebraska's agricultural growers and University of Nebraska–Lincoln researchers are hosting a conference that will focus on growing the hemp industry across the Midwest. The one-day Nebraska Hemp Conference and Trad... Read More

UNL approved for new forestry major

A bachelor’s degree in regional and community forestry has been approved for the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. Students in the program will learn to be leaders in tree management and learn to plan in a way ... Read More

Nebraska February 1 Potato Stocks

LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska growers, dealers, and processors held 4.0 million cwt of potatoes in storage on February 1, according to USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service. Current stocks represent 42 percent of the 2019 production. Total st... Read More

Justice Department Looking Into Dairy Merger

Dairy Farmers of America has reached an agreement with Dean Foods to purchase the bulk of Dean’s operations for $425 million. An Agri-Pulse report says that agreement will be contingent on approval from the Justice Department and a federal bankrupt... Read More

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Troy Nielson & Eric Kruegar of SmartYield

Troy:  Higher corn & wheat, lower soybeans after a 3 day weekend.  Coronavirus fund positions & markets.  Australia is short on wheat.  Eric-Cattle & demand. Australia and export movement.  Cold storage has a full freezer would give ... Read More

Grower Input Sought at Mar. 2 Soybean Gall Midge Meeting

Lincoln, Neb. —Growers who dealt with soybean gall midge infestations in 2018 or 2019 and those who are interested in learning more about this newly emerging soybean pest are invited to attend a roundtable discussion on Monday, March 2.... Read More